Osprey Flight Solutions announces integration to RocketRoute FlightBoard, ready for EBACE 2019

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RocketRoute and Osprey today announced the availability of Osprey Flight Solutions within the RocketRoute flight status board. Launching at EBACE 2019, FlightBoard now fully integrates with Osprey for flight specific risk assessment.

RocketRoute FlightBoard is an innovative flight status board designed for general aviation, scheduled and non-scheduled flights. Easy to install and customisable, RocketRoute FlightBoard works effortlessly within FAA and Eurocontrol airspace.

Osprey Flight Solutions have built a system that looks very differently at how to assess threat and risk. It is a seamless integration of cutting-edge computing techniques and industry-leading human analysis. This powerful platform delivers instantaneous access to global analysis, intelligence, information and data on the aviation security environment. Together, they make the Flight Status Board an even more powerful interactive tool, within an Operations environment.

Justin Coelho, Co-founder and CCO of RocketRoute said:

“RocketRoute’s vision is to collaborate with like minded companies that share our values for innovation and quality. The integration with Osprey enables our customers’ to assess the risk for a specified flight. Osprey’s intuitive design perfectly complements RocketRoute’s FlightBoard.”

RocketRoute FlightBoard users can choose to add the Osprey Flight Solutions service to their subscription. Both Osprey and RocketRoute (Booth C21) will be available at EBACE to demonstrate the unique capabilities of this collaboration.

Bruce Norfolk, CCO of Osprey comments: 

A human being simply does not have the capacity to gather data in this way and therefore, without this capability, human analysis will always have a level of assumption to fill the gaps. This is the primary benefit of a data-led system.”

“Our goal is to change the way we look at risk management, because the safety of crew and passengers should not be limited by the capacity of a human being.”